WATCH: Underneath the colorful costumes of lion and dragon dancers of Binondo | INQStories
“Siyempre ‘pag laking Binondo ka, imposible kang hindi matuto ng lion dance.”
After a two-year break due to the COVID-19 pandemic, lion and dragon dancers will once again perform in the streets of Binondo to welcome the year of the water rabbit.
Arman Lutranio and Allan Quinto, who have been performers for more than 20 years, tell the story of how this tradition brings the Filipino-Chinese culture in Manila’s Chinatown alive.
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